From the beginning of the corona mess, I’ve been saying that this is a delusional pandemic, and I’ve become increasingly convinced of that.

Based on the number of people infected, the infection rate, the mortality rate, etc., I decided that if we could manage the risk, this was nothing to be alarmed about.

After that, the excitement grew louder and louder. The world was in an uproar. “Why?” grew in my mind.

So, I put together some facts from here and there on the Internet… The conclusion is that there are people who misused PCR testing to cause a global pandemic on purpose. The story so far is not a conspiracy theory. It’s a fact.

But since the purpose of the story is not told by those involved, it can only be told by inference, which is what conspiracy theories say. This means that what is said in conspiracy theories is not necessarily an unfounded delusion, and it is quite possible that what is said in conspiracy theories is true.

Do we choose to live a life where we don’t think about conspiracy theories seriously, surrender to public opinion without doubts and get involved in something terrible sooner or later, or do we calmly assess to what extent conspiracy theories contain the truth and decide our own life choices? I have no hesitation in choosing the latter. Of course, I may choose the former and nothing will happen to me and I will be happy, but I can’t do that.

You are free to make either choice, but it is certain that you will bear the consequences of your choice in the future. In that future, you can’t return to the past. You have no choice but to accept that reality, whatever it may be.

Well, human history is full of such realities. It is full of unreasonableness and absurdity. However, those who foresee the absurdity, judge for themselves, and make their own choices in life may be able to avoid being caught up in it. That’s my choice.

My statement of intent for my choice is “no mask”. I will do my best not to wear a mask. To send a message that there are people who are not influenced by public opinion. I hope that someone will eventually understand what that means, but I don’t think it’s very promising at the moment. But that’s okay.

An acquaintance of mine, as a citizen, wrote a detailed report on the process of understanding the relationship between PCR and the coronavirus. It’s easy to understand and I’d like to share it with you.

I’ll tell you again…no time to wear a mask.

Originally posted on October 1, 2020

English text translated with DeepL (Japanese to English) and checked by Mina.

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